Warning! Potential Killer on the Road!

Driving under the influence is one of the most common problems in U.S. This is like a contagious disease, more and more people suffer from it and get arrested because of it. It doesn’t seem to disappear in the nearest future. Drivers should be conscious about the dangers they might cause to themselves and to the others while driving drunk.


Speaking about drunk driving it is important to mention such notions as DUI and DWI. DUI means driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. DWI refers to driving while intoxicated or while impaired. Both of them are considered criminal offences. Not sure what impaired means? Generally you are considered impaired if your ability to drive safe a car or a motor vehicle is affected because of consume of alcohol, illegal drugs, medications such as painkillers or overdose of other pills.



At first sight DUI and DWI may seem identical, but some states classify them as different crimes. In these states DUI is considered to be lesser crime, because this term is used to denote lesser degree of impairment.


Asking yourself how a police officer can find out that you are drunk? Easily! There are several tests that show the amount of alcohol in your blood, such as:

  • Breathalyzer
  • blood test
  • urine test

In most of the states the limit of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 0.08%. But each state has the power to regulate this limit, for example in Colorado BAC limit is 0.05%.
Are you under age of 21? If yes, then you are not allowed to drink at all, and even a slightly trace of alcohol in your blood is prohibited by “Zero tolerance” law.

If you are charged with DUI or DWI, you should seek legal help and consult an experienced attorney, best of them you can find at


And don’t forget, when you are driving, you are responsible not only for yourself, but also for those, who are on the road!





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